The Other Press, April 09th, 2021

The ONE collection is normalizing non-binary clothing choices.

Full interview available here

Collingwood Today, April 04th, 2021

Gender-neutral streetwear inspires new collection by Wasaga Beach designer

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Orillia Matters, May 27th, 2021

Gender-neutral collection designed by local fashion designer.  The designer, and Orillia native, says the logo of the design represents the combination of the gender symbols into the name of the collection, ONE.

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Simcoe County News, March 24th, 2021

Orillia native and Wasage Beach resident Michelle Bylow has released an inclusive, gender-neutral streetwear collection under her brand Jojee Apparel.  

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CRBN, Arts & Culture in Downtown Toronto Oct 4th, 2020

Bylow has spent the past 9 months working on the Too Cool for TV collection, which saw every garment handmade in her Ontario-based studio.  The types of clothing items available in the collection range from pants, shirts, hats, bags, masks and everything in-between.

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Orillia Matters Sept 13th, 2020

Local fashion designer releases clothing line designed amid quarantine.  The Too Cool for TV collection was inspired by the snowboarding streetstyle that Orillia native Michelle Bylow fell in love with when she moved to Collingwood.

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News and Arts REVERB Podcast, Episode 12

In this episode, RAW Artists Canada Executive Director Michelle Bylow talks about her various creative facets, as well as modes of production in the arts, fashion design and music.  She also talks about how the creative industry has used the pandemic period to reinvent itself.

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Collingwood Today, Sept 09th, 2020 Interview

Collingwood fashion designer officially released her "Too Cool for TV" clothing line under her brand Jojee Apparel in August.

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Culture Fanicer - Sept 01, 2020 Interview

MichelleBylow is an influential force in the Canadian art scene.  Previously owning and operating Toronto art gallery Moniker and currently the Executive Director of RAW Artists Canada, she has helped thousands of independent artists jump start their careers.  Michelle is also a fashion designer.  We chatted about her newest collection from her fashion brand Jojee Apparel.  

Full interview here

Indie Soleil Magazine - Front Page Feature 

Photographer | Nicole De Khors & NDK Images

MUA Sara Pulling

Model Jessica Tree

Boraelis Magazine

Left: Vest | Gerry Weber
Pants | Jojee Apparel

Right: Top | Sara Duke
Trousers | Jojee Apparel

Trousers| Jojee Apparel

Right: Dress | Maison Cyma

Imirage Magazine

Photographer | Michele Taras & Michele Taras Photography
Angelica Thompson
Jojee Apparel
Jessica Tree

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